Contributor post by Alicia from AliciasFindings
Plaid is a fabric that is usually checkered or tartan and usually made from wool. You usually see this in Scottish kilts,men’s shirts and many other textiles.
Here at CIJ we want to see all your plaids. It can be clothes,furniture and so much more.
msmadmax from madmaxshop says seersucker checkered patterned jacket with padded shoulders.
A wonderful vintage holiday gift item for that special someone on your list. Thin, soft, seersucker-like mini checkered plaid shirt in white, pink, blue, light green and black.
Sue from SuesAkornShop said this plaid half apron is ideal for a man and yet a woman would look great in it as well. It’s great for anyone who works in the kitchen or it can be worn when eating to catch any lap spills.
Sue and Misty from shabbyshopgirls states Ralph Lauren is a master of mixing plaids, solids and patterns! This decorator pillow pattern is called Garrison Plaid, and is extremely versatile with an assortment of jewel toned colors!
Lanashane Robert from ICreationsBoutique says this green and blue plaid fabric makes this clutch unique. The stripe and checks on the pattern allows the clutch to be used with either side facing out and thereby creating a different look to compliment the outfit with the featured colors.
Draco N. Knut from DragoninKnots said this 12″ plaid fabric tree is a touch retro, but charmingly timeless. It’s made with vintage green and red cotton plaid. Great for offices, apartments, or other small spaces where you want to add a bit of instant Christmas cheer!
Roses Workshop from RosesWorkshop states there are a wonderful range of plaid patterns available in the renowned Harris Tweed hand-woven fabric. I discovered this gorgeous blue and purple last year and have used it several times. Here it is as a comfy cushion (accent pillow) to brighten your room.
Sherri from ButterflyFeetDigital discusses that this Printable PDF set of papers has several pink and green plaid designs. I think the colors make it especially good for card making and scrapbooking for little girls. I really want to make more plaid papers, this time in jpg format. We will see if I find the time!